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Optional. Adds a CSS class(es) to the component

css?: string;

Example‚Äč

<style>
.custom {
--dhx-font-color-primary: #fff;
--dhx-background-primary: #3A434A;
--dhx-color-primary: #118d8d;

--dhx-border-color: #4A555E;
--dhx-border: var(--dhx-border-width) solid var(--dhx-border-color);
}
</style>

<script>
const dataview = new dhx.DataView("dataview_container", {
itemsInRow: 2,
gap: 10,
css: "custom dhx_widget--bordered",
template
});
</script>

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If you want to apply your own styles for selection of items or focus, you can do it via the corresponding CSS classes: .dhx_dataview-item--selected and .dhx_dataview-item--focus. There is no need to use any additional custom classes.

<style>
.dhx_dataview-item--selected {
border-color: transparent;
box-shadow: 0px 1px 5px 0px rgb(2, 136, 209, 0.5),
inset 0px 0px 0px 1px rgb(2, 136, 209, 1);
}
</style>

<script>
const dataview = new dhx.DataView("dataview_container", {itemsInRow: 3});
</script>

Note, that the DHTMLX library provides a set of own CSS classes that you can also apply to change the appearance of DataView:

const dataview = new dhx.DataView("dataview_container", {
css: "dhx_widget--bg_gray"
});

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